Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil Premium is designed to ensure that funding is available to tackle disadvantage and reaches the pupils who need it most.
Primary schools are given pupil premium funding for:
For 2019-2020 we have received £173,822 in Pupil Premium Funding. This will be used in the following ways.
|To employ a Pupil Premium Co-ordinator to support learning through interventions with those pupils identified as requiring support.||£17,000|
|To pay for additional teachers in the most vulnerable year groups, making classes less than 26 pupils in 2 classes.||£90,000|
|To provide a Bursary to support families in need.||£5,000|
|To employ a Family Support Adviser to work with families who have identified themselves as requiring support.||£35,000|
|Additional adults have been employed to support children who are vulnerable and not making expected progress.||£27,000|
For more detail, we publish our Pupil Premium Strategy . This document is periodically reviewed and updated. It was last reviewed in July 2019.